MIDI-Compatible, ATmega-Powered SNES Synth

MIDI-Compatible, ATmega-Powered SNES Synth
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Daniel Lacey-McDermott of Oslo, Norway, built this synth out of 40106 oscillators, an ATmega328, and a Velleman MK171 voice changer kit, all stuffed into a gutted SNES case.

2 thoughts on “MIDI-Compatible, ATmega-Powered SNES Synth

  1. Micheal says:

    Awesome!, now i know what to do with my snes

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